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Title: RAIN MEASUREMENTS FOR MM-WAVE PROPAGATION: A REVIEW
Authors: Hassan, Mohamed,
Ali, Adel,
Alhaider, Mohammed.
Keywords: RADIO-LINK RELIABILITY; RAIN PARAMETERS; SUPER-HIGH FREQUENCY
Issue Date: 1985
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers-Plenum Publishers
Citation: Journal of engineering sciences Volume 11, Issue 2, 1985, Pages 179-200
Abstract: This paper is a review of rain parameters, and their measurements, pertinent to electromagnetic wave propagation at super-high frequency (SHF) and extremely-high frequency (EHF) parts of the spectrum. The rain-rate parameter is first presented along with the major experimental studies on rain-rate statistics. Other rain parameters, including drop-fall speed, drop-shape, drop-size distribution and canting angle, are also dealt with. Direct and indirect methods of measuring rain parameters are then addressed, together with a description of the instruments used.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12594
ISSN: 03779254
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